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     Date Submitted:30-07-2012
     Last Modified:30-07-2012 (08:42)
    Job information
     Current job:Senior Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsElectrical/Electronic Engineering, Design and Analysis, Testing of systems and subsystems
    CV

    Qualifications and Career Objectives:

    To obtain a position as design, test and analysis engineer where computer aided analysis and simulation of electronic design, PC Board design and packaging engineering skills and education can be utilized. I also can do the PC Board design work from home.

    EXPERIENCE:

    June 1987 to October 2010

    USA (United Space Alliance), Eng. Staff IV, Kennedy Space Center, FL

    (New Product Design and Component Engineering Group)

    USBI at Kennedy Space Center FL.

    Sr. EE (Electrical Systems)

    USBI at Huntsville AL

    Sr. Electrical Engineer (Electrical Eng Branch)

    Sr. Analytical Engineer (Analytical Eng Branch)

    Sr. Analytical Engineer (Component Design Eng Branch)

    Worked on the PCB design of the circuit card on ARES 1-0 Special circuit panel board.

    Worked on testing, troubleshooting and PCB modification of the 28V-28V/12V power supply circuit and design. Referenced to IPC and Mil-STD documents.

    Worked on SRB Camera Project, testing of SRB camera and SSVR testing including thermal cycling and vibration testing.

    Supported Sustaining Engineering of Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster Avionics.

    Modeling of semiconductor components, inductors and transformers and magnetic materials using PSpice circuit analysis Parts program. Performed worst case circuit simulation and Power distribution analyses on the Space Shuttle SRB.

    Used Protel and Cadence OrCAD to design Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).

    Used OrCAD and Protel schematic capture to generate electronic schematics and block diagram, MathCAD in hand analysis and scientific calculations. Reviewed and commented on the Vendor analysis documents and reports.

    March 87 to June 87 and October 82 to September 85

    Advanced R&D Huntsville AL. & Southern Technologies,

    Huntsville, AL. Subcontract to USBI.

    Sr. Electrical Engineer

    Range Safety Subsystem verification, including detail review of System drawings and components. Worked on design of Range Safety Controller Board, Resolved noise problem on load limiter using Electronic Circuit Analysis Program (ECAP) method. Assigned design responsibility on Chamber Pressure Signal Conditioner used on DFI.

    October 85 to March 87

    AT & T Bell Labs Parsippany NJ.

    Member of Technical Staff

    Investigation, testing and design evaluation of telephone and switching power supplies for compliance with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standards Associations (CSA) standards and specifications. Interfacing with design engineering group, UL, CSA agencies, and manufacturing personnel. Documentation and Report Writing and Review of the design.

    March 81 to July 82

    Radionic Medical, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.

    Senior Technologist

    Medical Instruments, design evaluation for compliance with UL/CSA and IEA's standards and specifications. Supervised Production and Test Personnel.

    Feb 78 to March 81

    Digital Telecom. Mississagua, Ontario, Canada.

    Senior Technologist

    Design and Testing of Satellite Communications Systems and Modules.

    May 74 to Feb 78

    Litton System Canada, Rexdale, Ontario, Canada.

    Engineering Assistant

    Calibration and maintenance of Electronic Test Equipments, Calibration reports and certificates.

    Dec 69 to April 71

    BVM Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India

    Assistant Lecturer.

    EDUCATION:

    M.S. (EE) M. S. University of Baroda, Baroda, India

    B.S. (EE) M. S. University of Baroda, Baroda, India

    Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida

    Graduate level Credit courses

    University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Credit courses towards Professional Engineering Registration

    SEMINAR:

    The Design of Magnetic Apparatus for Power Electronics and Designing to Meet Safety Standards

    Worst Case Analysis Training Seminar

    Spice Advanced Training course included Convergence problems,

    Time step Control methods, DC, AC and Transient Analysis, Spice

    OPTIONS, Device Modeling, and Macro-Modeling Techniques

    Modeling and Simulation of MOS Analog ICs

    Power & Thermal Management, Semiconductor IC devices

    Analog Simulation with PSpice, Schematic Capture and Printed Wiring Board Design and Layout using Cadence-OrCAD schematic capture

    Printed Circuit Board Design, using Surface Mount Technology

    Power Electronics Technology

    Dreamweaver MX 2004 Training Seminar

    Pro/Engineer Wildfire 2.0 Training Seminar

    SKILLS:

    OrCAD Schematic Capture and PCB design and PSpice, Atrium-Protel PCB design,

    MathCAD, Microsoft Office, Device Characterization Electronic Circuit Simulation and

    Testing and Test Equipments

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION:

    Member of Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, Canada (P.Eng.)

    Member with IEEE


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